The Jeremy Sassoon Jazz Quartet

 Jeremy is one of the UK’s most in-demand singer/pianists. Accompanied by his band, he captivates audiences with his natural, soulful voice, his charismatic personality and his arrangements of jazz, blues, groove and soul classics.

“It’s a mark of true showmanship when a performer knows when to change the speed or the vibe, taking the audience on an emotional journey, and that is exactly what Jeremy Sassoon did at his sold-out show!”  –  London Jazz Review

Joining Jeremy at The Hub for this soulful performance are Alexander Bone on sax (previous winner of “BBC Young Jazz Musician Of The Year”, “British Jazz Awards rising star award”), Pat Illingworth on drums (James Taylor Quartet, Marcus Miller), 606 favourite Richie Aikman on guitar, and Manchester based multi-instrumentalist and producer Jasper Wilkinson on bass.      

“World class musicians playing a timeless catalogue of classics. It doesn’t get much better than that”
– Love Supreme Festival

Jeremy has headlined sell out shows at Ronnie Scotts, Pizza Express Soho, the 606 Club and the Jazz Café, and has performed at the North Sea Jazz Festival, The Iridium Jazz Club in New York, also headlining twice a year at Berlin’s premier jazz club The “A Trane”. 

“A surefire success for any jazz club…. and well-worth checking now as a recording artist… “
– Musician magazine

In 2014, his version of the beautiful Marc Cohn song “The Things We’ve Handed Down” was featured on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs as the castaway’s favourite and then hit number 1 in the iTunes vocal download chart.

Jeremy’s recent CD “Jeremy Sassoon & Friends Live”, was recorded live at PizzaExpress, London with his 5-piece band, and was chosen by respected German jazz publication Jazzthetik as one of the best albums of 2018. 

“An exceptional alliance of Art & Entertainment” 
– Manchester Jazz Festival

”Jeremy Sassoon smashed it at this years Love Supreme Festival”
– Jazz FM  

13th April | 7.30pm | £18

Under 25’s Discount available at booking. 

 

Date

13 04
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Time

7:30 pm

Cost

£18.00

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